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The Richard Nixon Library & Museum

Yorba Linda, CA

(714) 993-5075

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18001 Yorba Linda Blvd Yorba Linda, CA, 92886
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  • Brooke Lagunas 20 days ago

    Nixon Library ended up being the very first venue that we toured and I immediately fell in love. The ballroom with the chandeliers are absolutely stunning, the garden with the immaculately cut grass and bright cheerful flowers were gorgeous. I knew right away that this is where we needed to get married. Once we officially signed with them - everything was such a breeze. Between Jenny and Jackie, no detail was overlooked. They answered my 15 million emails with questions in a quick and timely manner, and for that I will be forever grateful. Thank you both for helping us plan the wedding of our dreams! I highly recommend this venue - not only for it’s beauty, but for the staff as well. Thank you again for being apart of our day!

  • David H. Nguyen 21 days ago

    This was my 4th visited presidential library. Ever since I started this quest I’ve found each one well done. For the presidents that was before my time you only know a little bit from the history books and if you’ve tried you can read more about it. However, this library does an amazing job to focus on the other aspects of Nixon’s life and political career outside of just watergate. I also really enjoyed this library because they have the actual helicopter that is shown in his iconic departure picture. You even get to board it and take pictures. This location allows you to sit at the presidential desk and take pictures too!

  • Tim Castro 41 days ago

    I very much enjoyed this Presidential Library. I appreciated the fact that the Curators attempted to present a balanced view of Richard Nixon, and even devoted an entire gallery to the Watergate scandal. Nixon's birthplace house, and Presidential helicopter are also interesting exhibits. Well worth a visit.

  • Tiffany James 80 days ago

    Went yesterday for the Apollo 11 exhibit. I had my mom and grandmother with me. It was awesome to learn how so much of Southern California had a hand in making this mission possible. I especially loved the fact that my mom kept finding things behind the glass, that they had owned at that time, even down to a little green ashtray that belonged to my grandma! My grandmother has dementia. She may not remember what happened 10 minutes ago, but if it was years ago; she'll remember. This whole exhibit put a huge smile on her face, and that made me happy as well. Thank you so much, I'll definitely return.

  • Steven Smith 117 days ago

    For me, this is one of the more interesting of the presidential libraries. But then again, for better or worse, Nixon was one of the more interesting presidents. The museum has the normal things that a presidential library museum has, but it was built on the grounds of his birthplace, which is one of the highlights of the compound. However, to me, the most exciting piece on the grounds is he helicopter that was Marine One on the day that Nixon left the White House. While you can't take photos inside, you can take one standing at the top of the stairs flashing the victory sign like he did the final time that he boarded it.

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